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Environment and Fiction

Critical Readings

Edited By Özden Sözalan and Inci Bilgin Tekin

The essays in this volume engage with questions concerning the relationships between fictional texts and environmental issues in their various articulations, and offer critical readings that display the theoretical diversity in the current reconsiderations of the place of human in relation to nature and the environment. Written by scholars working in separate yet closely related disciplines in the field of humanities, the essays present analyses of literary and cultural texts, performed with the critical tools provided by studies in ecology, ecofeminism, urban studies, posthumanism and animal studies as well as genre-specific approaches.

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Extract

Özden Sözalan

Introduction

Sinem Yazıcıoğlu

The Urban Body in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Man of the Crowd”

İnci Bilgin Tekin

An Old Debate, New Perspectives: Cherrie Moraga’s and Caryl Churchill’s Dialogues with Nature

Nilay Kaya and Ekin Gündüz Özdemirci

Embodied Anthropocentrism in Anatolian Novel and Film

Burcu Kayışcı Akkoyun

Intersections, Interventions, and Utopian Pessimism in Son Ada (The Last Island)

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